Sletterhage Lighthouse

The draught of bigger ships calling Port of Aarhus force them to pass through the fairway very close to Sletterhage Lighthouse on the southern-most tip of the Djursland peninsula. Therefore the area surrounding the lighthouse offers great, but with the direct southerly orientation, also challenging opportunities for maritime photography. In recent years Sletterhage Lighthouse has […]

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Hirtshals aerials

As described in a previous post I used one of the top floors at the Hotel Neptun, located directly at the waterfront of Warnemünde, as a photo platform earlier this summer. Back in March I did the same, but at the newly built “Seafront” extension of Hotel Hirtshals. The choice of March instead of the […]

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Classic Sisters on Display

The small town Hals at the Kattegat-entrance to the Limfjorden is appointed as new layup-base for the two vintage state icebreakers DANBJØRN and ISBJØRN, both awaiting a buyer. An third slightly younger fleet mate, THORBJØRN, from the now total decommissioned Royal Danish Navy-operated icebreaker fleet, is already sold to a private owner in Svendborg. The […]

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An eventful hour (Port of Aarhus vol. I)

REGAL PRINCESS prepares for departure 26th of May 2015 while MAX MOLS, in-route from Zealand, overtakes the inbound MAGLEBY MÆRSK. Now the bigger KAT EXPRESS 1 departs for Zealand and passes the huge container ship awaiting her approach slot in the bay. Assisted by the tugs AROS and HERMES, the post-panamax-cruiser cast off and takes […]

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Warnemünde aerials

Some aerial views from my balcony on the 15th floor of Hotel Neptun situated more than less directly on the beach of wonderful “Seebad” Warnemünde – one of my favourite photo locations. I had of course booked a room overlooking the mouth of Warnow, when I stayed there last weekend. The main reason to go […]

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Afternoon at Dragør

Here we go! I’ve just moved on from a static web site to a blog, so this is my very first post. We start out with some new photos for my never-ending Danish Coast-to-Coast project: Ships passes Dragør late afternoon, March 2016.

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